Live: Explore HuaQiangBei Museum in Shenzhen

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Located at the heart of Shenzhen city, Huaqiangbei is China’s earliest and largest electronics market. It can be seen as a barometer of Shenzhen’s progress, transforming from just a small village, into a futuristic megacity home to frontline innovation. CGTN reporter He Weiwei takes you for a look at the HuaQiangBei Museum, and explores how its “one-meter counters” help fulfill the dream of Chinese entrepreneurs. #CPC100 #CentenaryandBeyond

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